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A place for your some­one spe­cial or some­thing re­ally spe­cial – it is all here;

FOR Sharon Bradley cats are spe­cial mem­bers of dif­fer­ent fam­i­lies with in­di­vid­ual needs and per­son­al­i­ties of their own.

Sharon and her team have been proudly op­er­at­ing Avoca Board­ing Cat­tery for over 17 years and it has con­tin­ued to be well known for a re­lax­ing com­fort­able stay giv­ing own­ers peace of mind that their trea­sured pet is pro­vided with the very best care in a peace­ful safe “cats only” en­vi­ron­ment.

Sharon said when de­sign­ing the cat­tery she wanted cat own­ers to be com­fort­able that their spe­cial fam­ily mem­bers would be given the best care from the mo­ment they ar­rived to the mo­ment they leave. “We wel­come own­ers to drop in for an in­spec­tion of the cat­tery be­fore leav­ing their cat with us. In­di­vid­ual at­ten­tion is all part of the ser­vice. All di­ets, med­i­ca­tions or spe­cial needs are catered to. Daily brush­ing, pats, cud­dles, blan­kets, toys, cubby houses, all at no ex­tra cost,” she said. Avoca Board­ing Cat­tery is your cat’s home away from home.

Ev­ery pen is equipped with hum­mock style beds and ac­cess to an out­side ex­er­cise yard with chairs, scratch­ing posts, sun­shine and cat grass. There are sin­gle or dou­ble pens avail­able to cater for fam­i­lies with two or more cats.

Avoca Board­ing Cat­tery ac­cepts only vac­ci­nated cats.

DROP IN: Avoca Board­ing Cat­tery is just like be­ing at home for cats. PHOTO: INSTANTS

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